Alumni

Welcome to WIU Alumni – Warriors for Life

 

Alumni Relations Office


The Alumni Relations Department supports the mission of Webber International University and is a resource for Webber news, activities and programs. Through alumni events and reunions, volunteerism, communications and a variety of services and benefits, our department’s goal is to reconnect alumni with their alma mater and with each other. We encourage and provide opportunities for alumni to engage, support and advance our alma mater, Webber International University.

We are planning many new events this year and hope that you will be able to take time out of your busy schedule to “come back home.” We hope that these events will give you the chance to rekindle old friendships and create new memories. As alumni, we are important players in Webber’s continued success. Let us remember that Webber can only be as good as we alumni help make it. Generous alumni helped make our Webber education possible, so it is our responsibility to carry on the tradition.

If you would like more information on how you can further support Webber, please email Jennifer Mueller at muellerjj@webber.edu or you may call (863) 638-2918.

The WIU Alumni Magazine


Webber Alumni are an impressive group of people, with rich history and great traditions. We feel that there are stories to share, friendships to rekindle, and new and fascinating changes at Webber to discover. The Alumni Relations Department supports the mission of Webber International University and is a resource for Webber news, activities and programs. Through alumni events and reunions, volunteerism, communications, and a variety of services and benefits, our department’s goal is to reconnect alumni with their alma mater and with each other. We encourage and provide opportunities for alumni to engage, support and advance our alma mater, Webber International University.

One way to stay connected is through the Webber Alumni News Magazine.  The spring 2015 issue should be in your mailbox soon. Inside the pages of our magazine, you will recognize some familiar faces, read about old friends, and be introduced to the newest generation of Warriors.  If you do not receive a copy in the mail, you may read the archived issues here by selecting one of the electronic flipbooks:

The WIU Alumni Magazine – Most Recent

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Please update your contact information if you are not receiving the magazine so that you do not miss any future issues:

 

WIU Alumni Weekend


The spring 2015 issue of the Alumni News Magazine will be released soon! We have many great stories in the works, but in the meantime, please read about our awesome alumni in previous issues by selecting an electronic flipbook above.

Our 2015 Alumni Homecoming Weekend is scheduled for October 16-18, so we hope that you will be able to take time out of your busy schedule to “come back home.”  Alumni Weekend 2014 was a tremendous amount of fun with awesome attendees, but we would like this year to be even better, which means you have to join us! We hope that the weekend will give you the chance to rekindle old friendships and create new memories.

Stay connected by following the Webber Alumnus Facebook Page!

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International Flag Plaza


Leave Your Mark at Webber! International Flag Plaza Brick Campaign

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Alumni, students, and friends of Webber International University are invited to make their mark on the WIU campus through the purchase of a personalized engraved brick. Your brick will be part of the beautifully re-designed International Flag plaza, located just outside of the Grace and Roger Babson Library, featuring the historic Rogers granite monument as its centerpiece. Your name, carved in a brick and placed in the plaza, will symbolize the spirit you felt when you were at Webber—the same spirit still present on the campus today!

The International Flag Plaza Brick Campaign is a unique opportunity for students, alumni, faculty, staff and loyal supporters of WIU to show their WARRIOR pride by donating a timeless gift. What a wonderful way to offer encouragement to students while at the same time, honoring or paying tribute to someone important to you through your brick’s inscription. Bricks may be purchased to commemorate school year, honor a special faculty member, or honor a graduate or future graduate. A brick is a permanent means of honoring something or someone special in your life. This is your unique opportunity to extend Webber’s proud tradition of academic and athletic distinction by paving the foundation for a promising future for all Webber students.

In addition to enhancing the overall appearance of the Flag Plaza, your contributions to the Brick Campaign will be used to support various initiatives aimed at beautifying our campus. Projects include: design and landscaping the entrance to WIU, the Beach Beautification Project, and a new outdoor basketball court for resident students, just to name a few. Each 4×8 inch brick will accommodate three lines of engraving and up to sixteen characters per line, including spacing and punctuation.

Order your brick today, and invest in the future of Webber International University.

For more information, please contact the Institutional Advancement Office at (863) 638-2918 or Email Us

Bricks are available in 4×8 inch and 8×8 inch sizes and are priced at $100 and $300 respectively. Bricks will be installed in the order they are purchased. Please view our options to order your brick below:

Purchase Brick Now-Online

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Print-out the Leave Your Mark Order Form and mail your form and payment to the following address:

Webber International University
ATTN: Alumni Office
1201 North Scenic Highway
Babson Park, FL 33827

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NEWS AND EVENTS

Academic Competition-What Do You Know?

Webber hosted the 2nd Annual What Do You Know contest on the evening of Thursday, April 9th in the Conference Center. The academic competition was designed by Associate Professor of Management, Dr. Fred Fening for the MGT312-Human Resource Management course. The purpose of the competition is to challenge students in an academic setting on key […]

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Criminal Justice Management Events

During the week of March 23 – 27, 2015 the members of the Alpha Omega Rho chapter of the American Criminal Justice Association from Webber International University’s Criminal Justice Program traveled to Nashville Tennessee to compete in the American Criminal Justice Association’s National Conference and competition. This conference had well over 500 students and professionals […]

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Webber Phi Beta Lambda – Represents Well

On March 26th fifteen students set out to compete at the Phi Beta Lambda FBLA/ФβΛ State Leadership Conference in Orlando, Florida. The competitions included objective exams to performance and interactive events. We competed in nineteen different events ranging from Accounting Principles through Word Processing. Although all Webber students put forth their best effort, five stood […]

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Webber’s FCA Makes an International Impact

Webber’s FCA Group has completed their project that began during the Fall 2014 semester. Students and administration first started raising a benevolence fund in September 2014 to purchase Spanish bibles that would be shipped and hand-delivered to remote areas in Central and South America. The group was able to purchase all the necessary bibles in […]

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Webber Honors Former Security Guard, Jud Smith

Webber hosted a dedication ceremony for former Security Guard, Jud Smith at 2:00pm on Tuesday, February 10th. A memorial bench was dedicated at the flag-brick plaza on-campus. The bench was made possible by Webber FCA, faculty and staff members, and students who elected to purchase a bench in his honor.  Jud’s wife, Jennifer, their daughter Katie, […]

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Webber Receives 29 Donated Trees to Beautify Campus

Webber Receives 29 Donated Trees to Beautify Campus Babson Park, Florida – “We’ll take almost anything of value,” Webber International University President & CEO Dr. H. Keith Wade is fond of saying. Over the years, that’s netted the school gently used items such as baby grand pianos, flat screen TV’s, and even a sailboat. But, […]

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Webber Hosts American Cancer Society

American Cancer Society Representatives, Jeana Schmidt and LeeAnn Hinskey were guest speakers on Thursday, January 22nd in the Rex R. Yentes Conference Center. Webber students who attended learned about volunteer opportunities, internship programs, and work opportunities. Both representatives spoke about American Cancer Society’s role in the community and how Webber students have an opportunity to […]

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Webber Hosting Hazardous Weather Preparedness for Campuses

Webber International University will be hosting a training course entitled “Hazardous Weather Preparedness for Campuses” on Wednesday, February 4, 2015. The course is provided by the National Disaster Preparedness Training Center affiliated with FEMA and is only being offered only at FSU and Webber this year. The course is free, but we only have 20 […]

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Outstanding Performance by Webber PBL Students at District Competition

  All qualify for State, again!  Webber International University PBL students come out on top again at districts.  Webber took 14 students to the Florida District III PBL competition Friday November 14, 2013.  The students competed in 26 of the 40 events at the competition.  The PBL district competition had four types of events.  There […]

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Webber Embraces Its History With New Center

        Webber International University President Keith Wade, left, greets Marcia Pennington and Lake Wales artist Tom Freeman before Freeman spoke about Roger W. Babson on Tuesday during the Holiday Open House to celebrate the opening of the Webber International University History Center. MICHAEL WILSON | THE LEDGER By Daniel Figueroa IV LEDGER MEDIA […]

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